How Arc-Flash Relays Make Your Facility Safer

Arc-flash is one of the most common electrical hazards in industrial environments.  Littelfuse arc-flash relays help protect your facility and workers.  They are cost effective, reduce incident energy and meet new NEC Codes.

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